Good news? Surprising, but true. A federal court blocks 1021 of the NDAA, Missouri moves towards sound money, North Carolina to vote on NDAA, New Jersey rejects Obamacare exchanges – and more. Nice to talk about something positive once in a while. But, Joe Wolverton and Mike Maharrey bring some bad news too – not really a downer, just some important truths.Details
Michael Boldin and Lesley Swann cover the news of the Tenther Movement – NDAA nullification on Jan Brewer’s desk, local activism and election strategies. John Lambert jumps on to chat about plans for the Texas Tenth Amendment Center going in to the 2013 legislative session as well.Details
Michael Boldin and Lesley Swann cover some big news in the Tenther Movement. Arizona is on the verge of becoming the 2nd state to reject NDAA, and the Missouri House just approved Constitutional Tender by a wide margin.Details
Michael Boldin and Jason Rink are joined by Rob Natelson for a special lesson on writ of habeas corpus.
Before Rob get on the air, Rink and Boldin talk about some of the basics of liberty and how throwing money at the welfare problem has neither reduced poverty nor made the poor self-sufficient. Since yesterday was “tax day” they also talk about a classic article written by Harry Browne nearly 10 years ago – Freedom from the Income Tax.
When asked about the Founders’ view on Writ of Habeas Corpus, Rob Natelson answered, “The Founders thought the Writ was very important. They have used it themselves with their struggle against the Crown for example. However, there was also a recognition that a power to declare war, the legislature could suspend the Writ of Habeas Corpus. The legislature could make the decision that generals in the field or the commander in chief could lock people up for the duration without those people to go to court.”
He continued, “Because it was an incident in the right to declare war, Congress as the entity that would declare war under the Constitution had the right to suspend the writ. However in Article I: Section 9 under the Constitution, the Founders said that it could only be suspended under certain circumstances in case of insurrection or invasion when the public safety requires it.”Details
Among the news they’ll cover are NDAA Nullification in Virginia, Health Care Nullification in Missouri and Sheriffs First in Arizona.Details
Nullify Now! Philadelphia was on Saturday, March 31 and if you missed it, don’t worry! The guys bring you some of the highlights, including speaker Blake Filippi, the founder of the Rhode Island Liberty Coalition. Blake gives an overview of the event from the eyes of a first-time Nullify Now! speaker AND attendee.Details
Mack tells us a little about Constitutional Sheriffs – AND – a little preview of what he’s going to talk about as the morning keynote speaker at Nullify Now! Philadelphia.Details
“I think anybody who takes the oath of office in this country as an elected official has got to do what they can do to reverse, oppose and resist this bill, and that’s what we’re doing in Fairfax.Details